Entries from March 2012

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Digital is killing the print industry – D:Bate at Bath Digital Festival

Print is dead? Not in Bath, it seems. Which makes sense – it is a heritage city, after all. Debating the motion Digital is killing the print industry: the presses will stop running in ten years, last week’s D:Bate event at the Bath Digital Festival saw print nostalgics and digital evangelists slug it out to win over an […]

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

President Obama: “No options of table” when dealing with a nuclear Iran

I don’t know about you, but I want President Obama to explore all the table options in his mission to prevent a Middle East nuclear arms build-up. Maybe the Gateleg Initiative would bear fruit. Or how about a fresh Coffee Table Plan?  Something for the BBC’s crack international correspondents to chase up, I feel…

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Warning signs of the world #1: When Bambi attacks – Nara, Japan

Freelance Unbound’s roving correspondent is currently in Japan, seeking out linguistic and visual communications curiosities for your cultural pleasure.  Yesterday’s trip to the ancient Japanese capital of Nara – a UNESCO World Heritage site packed with fabulous Spirited Away-style scenery – yielded these sinister warnings about the possibility of deer attack. Yes – Bambi can turn in a […]